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July 16, 2007 Issue

Volume 85, Issue 29
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July 16, 2007 Issue, Vol. 85 | Iss. 29
Energy-efficient homes, offices, and labs save money and cut CO2, but require a sea change in values for many Americans
By Jeff Johnson
(pp. 11-15)
Features
Government & Policy
Agency encourages schools to be more aware, communicative (pp. 26-27)
Science & Technology
Researchers aim to suppress filaments that sprout from tin coatings in lead-free electronic equipment (pp. 30-33)
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News of the Week

Persistent Organic Pollutants

More chemicals may have to be flagged as risky
(p.6)

Chemical Safety Board Seeks More Authority

Federal agency says its lack of power hampers its investigations
(p.7)

Huntsman Says Yes to Hexion

Deal kills a prior one with Basell but could face tough regulatory hurdles
(p.7)

Roche Joins RNAi Drug Fray

Drugmaker signs a discovery pact with Alnylam that's worth up to $1 billion
(p.8)

China executes Drug official

Former agency head was sentenced to death for corruption
(p.9)

Shaping Particles The Easy Way

Simple method deforms polymeric spheres into varied shapes and sizes
(p.9)

Methylmercury Detox

Hg complex provides clues to enzymatic breakdown of toxic compound
(p.10)
 

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Researchers aim to suppress filaments that sprout from tin coatings in lead-free electronic equipment
(pp. 30-33)
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